Sat 30

Train the online trainers

May 29 @ 09:00 - June 6 @ 11:30
Jun 15

PMP Exam Prep

June 15 @ 17:00 - June 25 @ 21:00
Jun 16

Management de proiect Fundamente- Virtual Classroom

June 16 @ 09:00 - July 2 @ 12:30
Jun 24

Agile Foundation

June 24 @ 10:30 - 13:30
Jun 30

Elicitarea cerințelor și Evaluarea Soluției

June 30 @ 16:00 - July 30 @ 19:00

In this course, you’ll learn how to discover your role within an Agile team’s software development, how to adapt the techniques you already use to the Agile environment, and how to use some new requirement techniques specific to Agile. Each project will be different, and the role of the BA (business analyst) may vary from project to project. However, the concepts remain relatively stable and, assuming a willingness to be adaptable (agile), you will find an exciting new way of being a BA.

A major thrust of the course is the necessity of collaborative teamwork—others may take on part of the activities for which you have sole responsibilities in the Waterfall projects; you will be more closely involved in the work management of the team.

This course is consistent with the themes of the Agile Manifesto and the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide. Since most teams use hybrid approaches, the course considers Agile methodologies generically, rather than adhering to branded approaches, such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban.

BAs who are, will be, or plan to be part of Agile development teams

IIBA®-AAC recognizes your ability to effectively execute analysis
related work in an agile context. Earning this certification provides
potential employers, a clearer indication of the competencies
that you have developed.

1. Critical Issues

  • Why Agile?
  • Being a Team Member
  • BA Skills
  • Increment Zero and BA Work
  • Real Options

 

2. Developing Requirements

  • Lightweight Documentation
  • Requirements Documentation
  • Epics and Themes
  • Developing User Stories
  • Acceptance Tests

 

3. Managing the Backlog

  • What is Backlog Management?
  • Refining the Backlog
  • When Is Software Done?
  • Reviews and Retrospectives
  • Before the Release
  • Success Indicators

 

4. Case Study and Exercises

  • Use Collaborative Games
  • Make Requirements Decisions in Increment Zero
  • Write User Stories
  • Groom and Order a Backlog

 

Summary of AAC Certification

  1. What is Agile Business Analysis
  2. The IIBA AAC Certification
  3. The Agile Mindset
  4. Analysis at Multiple Horizons
  5. Strategy Horizon
  6. Initiative Horizon
  7. Delivery Horizon
  8. Agile BA Techniques.

The ideal candidate for this exam meets the following criteria:

  • Has developed an agile mindset and can consistently apply it, as needed.
  • Accrued at least two years of experience applying agile analysis practices at the Delivery Horizon.
  • Can demonstrate how feedback loops work back and forth from the Delivery Horizon to the Initiative Horizon and the Strategy Horizon.
  • Able to demonstrate foundational proficiency for the Strategy Horizon and Initiative Horizon.
  • Have mastered basic knowledge, understand agile and follow rules – and completed the self-assessment.
  • Successfully answered typical analysis-related outcomes and activities questions in the sample quiz.
Descarca prezentare curs
  • Requirements Development, Documentation, and Management
  • Business Process Analysis
  • Use Case Modeling
  • Project Management Fundamentals
Description

In this course, you’ll learn how to discover your role within an Agile team’s software development, how to adapt the techniques you already use to the Agile environment, and how to use some new requirement techniques specific to Agile. Each project will be different, and the role of the BA (business analyst) may vary from project to project. However, the concepts remain relatively stable and, assuming a willingness to be adaptable (agile), you will find an exciting new way of being a BA.

A major thrust of the course is the necessity of collaborative teamwork—others may take on part of the activities for which you have sole responsibilities in the Waterfall projects; you will be more closely involved in the work management of the team.

This course is consistent with the themes of the Agile Manifesto and the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide. Since most teams use hybrid approaches, the course considers Agile methodologies generically, rather than adhering to branded approaches, such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban.

Target Audience

BAs who are, will be, or plan to be part of Agile development teams

Objectives

IIBA®-AAC recognizes your ability to effectively execute analysis
related work in an agile context. Earning this certification provides
potential employers, a clearer indication of the competencies
that you have developed.

Content

1. Critical Issues

  • Why Agile?
  • Being a Team Member
  • BA Skills
  • Increment Zero and BA Work
  • Real Options

 

2. Developing Requirements

  • Lightweight Documentation
  • Requirements Documentation
  • Epics and Themes
  • Developing User Stories
  • Acceptance Tests

 

3. Managing the Backlog

  • What is Backlog Management?
  • Refining the Backlog
  • When Is Software Done?
  • Reviews and Retrospectives
  • Before the Release
  • Success Indicators

 

4. Case Study and Exercises

  • Use Collaborative Games
  • Make Requirements Decisions in Increment Zero
  • Write User Stories
  • Groom and Order a Backlog

 

Summary of AAC Certification

  1. What is Agile Business Analysis
  2. The IIBA AAC Certification
  3. The Agile Mindset
  4. Analysis at Multiple Horizons
  5. Strategy Horizon
  6. Initiative Horizon
  7. Delivery Horizon
  8. Agile BA Techniques.

The ideal candidate for this exam meets the following criteria:

  • Has developed an agile mindset and can consistently apply it, as needed.
  • Accrued at least two years of experience applying agile analysis practices at the Delivery Horizon.
  • Can demonstrate how feedback loops work back and forth from the Delivery Horizon to the Initiative Horizon and the Strategy Horizon.
  • Able to demonstrate foundational proficiency for the Strategy Horizon and Initiative Horizon.
  • Have mastered basic knowledge, understand agile and follow rules – and completed the self-assessment.
  • Successfully answered typical analysis-related outcomes and activities questions in the sample quiz.
Descarca prezentare curs
Duration
Follow on
  • Requirements Development, Documentation, and Management
  • Business Process Analysis
  • Use Case Modeling
  • Project Management Fundamentals

Alexandru Gheorghiță

Agency Manager Gefco

Curs bine pus la punct care ne-a scos la suprafață anumite temeri și ne-a ajutat să trecem peste ele.

Cristian Prisacariu

PMO Gefco

Un curs de două zile pe care l-am simțit ca și un pitch de 5 – 8 minute de T&D. O experiență plină de învățăminte pusă într-un cadru relaxat, academic, umor. Atmosfera a fost una extraordinară.

Adrian Zaharia

Manager Depozit Gefco

Stick to the point! Brilliant!

Cere detalii curs

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Pentru că te interesează certificarea PMP, îți putem trimite un test cu 30 de întrebări care să te ajute să îți faci o idee despre tipul de examen, conceptele abordate și microlimbajul specific.
Pentru că te interesează certificarea PMP, îți putem trimite un test cu 30 de întrebări care să te ajute să îți faci o idee despre tipul de examen, conceptele abordate și microlimbajul specific.
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